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Home Resource Research from 10 schools suggests it is possible to implement Ramp-Up to Readiness adequately in the first year
This infographic highlights key findings from a REL Midwest study that examined the impacts of the Ramp-Up to Readiness program after one year of implementation in 49 public high schools serving grades 10-12 in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The study looked at the program’s impacts on high school students’ college enrollment actions and personal college readiness as well as more immediate outcomes, such as the emphasis placed on college readiness and the amount of college-related teacher-student interactions taking place in high schools. The study was conducted in collaboration with the members of the Midwest College and Career Success Research Alliance.
ERIC DescriptorsCollege Applicants, College Readiness, High School Students, Higher Education, Postsecondary Education, Program Effectiveness, Program Implementation, Public Colleges, School Guidance
Midwest | Resource Type: Infographic | Resource
Date: June 2016
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